Crumbling

Clifton arches photo CliftonMay2013254a_zps1520273a.jpg
Clifton, Arizona
 


Whether brick or stone,
all edifices crumble—
preening ravens gloat.

 

Text and photo © 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
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Posted on June 2, 2013, in Arizona, Blue Monday, Clifton, Ein Stück Himmel, haiku, Haiku Heights, Southern Arizona and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 18 Comments.

  1. Happy Blue Monday 🙂 What a lovely shade of blue!
    Greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

  2. I wonder if that blue paint is thick enough to add strength to this wall. Thanks for playing.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  3. Wonderful blue touch!

  4. The arches look majestic and seem to tell a story!! Weather bricks or stones it has weathered time to still look dignified with serene composure!!!!

  5. I love anything broken down and crumbling! Great photo for Blue Monday!

  6. It’s still beautiful. I played too. Mine are here and here.

  7. Vanity of vanities 🙂 A wonderful take

  8. Great structure. Love the arches and power lines. Very cool photo.

  9. Standing tall or crumbling, stones tell a silent tale. Lovely Haiku 🙂

  10. True and I have a metaphor in my head. Glad you commented on mine because I missed this one! My edifices are definitely eroding ;-O

  11. Everything has its day. The roadway scene very interesting sight.

  12. i like the arches…gives this wall a character.
    great photo.

  13. yet the arches stand in testimony of what was. the band of blue calls out for our eyes!

  14. Very beautiful phot!Thank you for sharing!

  15. Wonderful. I like the “preening ravens”.

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